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I Do Not Always Agree With Yanniru But I Do

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Posted by Duane Eddy on August 14, 2003 20:32:22 UTC

take his comments very seriously.

If species refer to a classification created by the scientific community I would agree.
If species refer to living organisms which have identical chromosome pair counts I would disagree.
For an example there are many different kinds of dogs.
All dogs have an identical number of chromosomes pairs therefor can reproduce at the cellular level, they are still all dogs and one life form.
The ice did not cover the entire planet and the continuation of a species need only occur in one location. A correct assessment of the number of individual species at that time would be improbable.

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